Migrating MTA Scanner from NetWare to Linux

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  • 04-Mar-2009
  • 07-Aug-2017


GWAVA 4 Build 110 NetWare 6.5 SP6+ Linux


Migrate GWAVA using an MTA scanner from NetWare to Linux. For further instruction on migrating a GWIA scanner from NetWare to Linux please see: Migrating GWAVA 4 GWIA Scanner from Netware to Linux .


1) Install GWAVA 4 on Linux using the latest installation package. 2) Shut down GWAVA on the Linux server (rcgwavaman stop) 3) Shut down GWAVA on the Netware server (gwavadn) 4) From the Netware server copy  the config and the services directory and copy over the top of the directories in the /opt/beginfinte/gwava directory on the Linux server. 5) Start GWAVA on the Linux server (rcgwavaman start). 6) Go to the GWAVAMAN Management Console (ipaddress:49282)   Note: Use the Linux server ip address:49282 7) Navigate to: server/scanner management/"server"/server management/configure server 8) Change the IPs and server information to reflect your Linux server. 9) Check the MTA startup file within your Linux system and put in these switches at the end of the startup file. /vscan-EXCLUDE /vstype-MESSAGE /vsnamevalue-MTASieve /vsthread-50 /vsdomain-DUMMY /vsport-7108 /vsaction-DISCARD

Additional Information

This article was originally published in the GWAVA knowledgebase as article ID 1059.